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Falstone Bridge


The three arched stone bridge over the River North Tyne at Falstone was built in 1843. On it's western parapet is a plaque inscribed "HENRY WELCH, ENGINEER - JOHN RIDLEY, INSPECTOR, 1843"[1]. The bridge is Grade II listed.

Falstone Bridges Historic Buildings and Monuments in Falstone Civil Parish River North Tyne 1843
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Falstone Bridge near Falstone

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FALSTONE BRIDGE - List Entry
- "Bridge, 1843 by Henry Welch. Rock-faced stone. 3 broad segmental arches with bold voussoirs, and rounded cutwaters. Plain parapet, with arched coping, splays out at each end...."

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List number: 1044890
List grade: 2
County: Northumberland
Grid ref: NY7226187117

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